Good evening. This is Ikeda.
When the collection season comes, I want to see everything and get busy.
I don't have any desire to wear luxury brands at the moment, but I do like looking at clothes from various brands.
I guess that's what I like about it: whether it's good or bad, it's unrealistic.
I enjoy thinking about the colors, textures, venue design, atmosphere, etc. on my own.
Also, when you read articles in the media, you can see the different ways of looking at things, which makes it even more fun.
The 23SS Paris Collection has begun, but the reality is that we are heading towards autumn.
It's still hot around noon, but it's getting much cooler in the mornings and evenings.
I think some people are starting to wear long sleeves soon.
It seems like knitwear is still a long way off, so shirts and long T-shirts would be more realistic.
With this in mind, I would like to briefly introduce the shirts that I have selected.
I only have a flat opinion, so I'm not going to list them in order of recommendation, but in order of brand name.
It's from INNAT's SLEEPING SHIRT.
This is an attractive item with a color that is typical of INNAT.
It looks like a completely different item depending on the color.
Of course the color is good, but personally I really like this loose silhouette.
Due to the thin texture of the fabric, I love the way it falls off easily.
Another nice feature is that it has pockets on both sides.
Next is satou's grandad shirt.
I will never forget the power word "Yaezo-san's twill weave".
The design is simple at first glance, but the fabric and small details are very particular about this item.
The back has arrow stitching and a belt that don't make too much of a statement, so even from the back you won't be able to tell that it's just a white shirt.
Also, since it has a loose silhouette, I think you can wear it like a shirt jacket.
As someone who loves printed T-shirts, I can't help but want to open them, but whether or not you open them depends on your individual style.
There is also an indigo-dyed version of this, and both are hard to throw away.
I think you'll enjoy watching the indigo gradually fade.
Type 3 from ULTERIOR, first up is the WOOL SHADOW CHECK P/O SHIRT.
It features a deep opening in the front, so I think the look will change considerably depending on what you wear with it.
The ambiguity of the check woven into a mesh gives it a very unique atmosphere.
Isn't this a mature check that you can't find anywhere else?
Although it is made of mesh, it has enough heat retention to be worn even in winter, so if you layer it with high-necked items, you can beat the cold.
The second one is COTTON CASHMERE FLANNEL W/P SHIRT.
I thought it would be symmetrical, but the fact that it is a Gacha Poke specification is very intriguing.
The design source is a work shirt, but the fabric is exceptional.
The cotton and cashmere fabric has a very comfortable and smooth feel.
Since it has a loose silhouette, I think it can be styled like a shirt jacket just like the grandad shirt.
Finally, OVERLAID SHIRT.
Does it look like the most standard?
The word "standard" alone cannot be used to describe it.
Because it is woven using threads of three colors, it has a unique iridescent color that changes its appearance depending on the viewing angle.
One of the things I like about it is that it's completely subjective, and it feels like old clothes.
The width of the body is wide and loose, so it doesn't look bulky, so I think it can be worn casually.
I gave a quick introduction, but it turned out to be surprisingly long.
For a detailed introduction to each item, please take a look at each ``story -diary-''.
If you are looking for a realistic shirt that you can wear now that we are heading into fall, please check this out.